I'd like to thank everyone that has replied so far! The response has been great, and honestly I haven't had the time to look them all over, so there won't be any rash instant decisions on where things are going. The feedback I have read is incredible, I normally only get this kind of insight as I said earlier is from subscribers leaving the list, and various security conferences I attend. Over this past weekend I strolled over to the local Barnes & Noble looking for one book, and ended up buying another. Actually I bought the paperback version of Body of Secrets, its my third copy, not that I have lost or lent the other two copies. The first one I got was a first edition signed at Blackhat 2001 by James Bamford, and the second one I bought at Lindbergh Field in the weeks after September 11th after tiring of sitting around the airport for many hours waiting for my flight. I slowly read about a quarter of the book at various other airports around the U.S., but it was at times too much of a pain to lug it and my laptop in the same backpack, especially at the security checkpoints. In case you are interested, Amazon has Bamford's Body of Secrets in paperback. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0385499086/c4iorg Which includs a new afterword on the events of September 11th, which when I was reading it brought on a swell of emotions I was feeling on that day. For $10.47 beats the $14.95 plus tax I spent on the impulse buy at Barnes and Noble. Cheers! William Knowles firstname.lastname@example.org - ISN is currently hosted by Attrition.org To unsubscribe email email@example.com with 'unsubscribe isn' in the BODY of the mail.
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